Whether you are a team looking for a curler and/or coach to join your team or a curler looking to join a team, or a member club looking to fill a vacancy, this is the place to look. Clubs and curlers are also encouraged to post buy/sell equipment and/or supplies here. The following is posted on behalf of teams, curlers and member clubs; Curling Alberta has no direct affiliation with any of the listings.

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Looking to Join a Competitive U15/U18 team

My name is Marisa Lilienskold. I’m 14 years old and have been curling for 7 years. I am looking for the opportunity to join or form a competitive U15/U18 team that is committed and willing to put in all the work required to reach our goals. I have experience in all positions and have played lead and third competitively. However, I am willing to play any position. I am located in Lloydminster and I am willing to travel.

Curled on a competitive U18 team for 2 years.
Competed at Saskatchewan U18 provincials the past two seasons
Attended Alberta Rocks Summer Camp for the past 2 years
Attended Viterra Prairieland Curling Camps
Attended a doubles clinic hosted by Lisa Weagle and Kirk Muyres
Attended a Team Bottcher clinic twice.
Curled in an open doubles league for 3 years, and subbed in various leagues

2024 Rockfest Prairies Gold Medalist
2024 Marc Kennedy Junior Classic Finalist 2024
3 semifinal finishes in the 2023-2024 competitive season
2023 Saskatchewan Winter Games Silver Medalist

U15 U18 U20 competitive curlers

Hi, I am looking to form a competitive curling team or individuals to form a team, to do the Junior spiel circuit and provincials.
I have had teams in CYCA, U15 provincials, and U18 Provincials. I have worked with Chinese teams, Korean teams, Brazilian teams, and many school groups around Calgary. I am very technical about perfecting one’s delivery, and I use video to help teach what needs to be worked on. I also think that the mental side of the game needs to be addressed at this level. I also believe that the curler needs to be in the mindset of being an athlete not just a player. I also think there needs to be a summer training program to be ready for the next season. If this interests you or you would like more info, please let me know. Thanks.

Coach Available for Competitive team

Hi, I am looking to form a competitive curling team or individuals to form a team, to do the Junior spiel circuit and provincials.
I have had teams in CYCA, U15 provincials, and U18 Provincials. I have worked with Chinese teams, Korean teams, Brazilian teams, and many school groups around Calgary. I am very technical about perfecting one’s delivery, and I use video to help teach what needs to be worked on. I also think that the mental side of the game needs to be addressed at this level. I believe that the curler needs to be in the mindset of being an athlete not just a player. I also think there needs to be a summer training program to be ready for the next season. If this interests you or you would like more info, please let me know. Thanks.

U20 female looking for team to curl with

I am 19 years old, turning 20 on July 19, and have been curling since I was 11. I have attended the Alberta Rocks program in Leduc in 2017 and 2019 and was also a part of the Ellerslie Jr Curling program in 2020 and 2021. I have also curled for my school program in Irma, Alberta throughout junior high and highschool and attended the U18 school provincials in Lethbridge in 2022 as a skip with the Irma team.
I now attend the Univeristy of Alberta in Edmonton and I am looking for a team to curl with competitively. Good with Women’s or Mixed teams and willing to fill any position.

General Manager

The North Hill Curling Club is looking to hire a full time General Manager. We are located in Calgary, Alberta and are proud to call our 6-sheet rink one of the most beautiful and vibrant clubs in the city. Reporting to the Board of Directors, and working closely with the Executive, the Manager will efficiently manage all aspects of the club’s activities to ensure safe, quality services to our members and surrounding community.

Key Roles and Responsibilities
In addition to other duties as assigned, the successful candidate will perform the following tasks:

Facility Maintenance
● Retain, negotiate and direct contract services to maintain safe, reliable operations of both internal and external club facilities.
● Timely renewal of all required operational licenses (Liquor, Tax, etc.)
● Ensure the efficient operation of the building and ice by working closely with the Head Ice Technician

Building Maintenance
● Ensure maintenance jobs are scheduled and completed on time

Kitchen and Lounge
● Ensure and maintain “ProServe” certification for all bar staff
● Be familiar with Gaming and Liquor regulations
● Purchase and inventory control on bar stock, food, confectionery, and other items.

Office and Financial Administration
● Maintain necessary permits and memberships
● Manage contacts, correspondence and inquires
● Attend board meetings as required
● Provide organizational and planning assistance and advise on Club policies and procedures as needed

Social Networking Presence
● Review and maintain NHCCs social network presence with the help of the Communications Lead from the Board of Directors

Sponsorship and Marketing
● Pursue advertising income from sign promotion and other sponsorships
● Promote the club to the membership, general public, schools and private industry
● Promote new memberships and the club image through initiatives and new concepts
● Develop and maintain a community presence

Financial Accounting
● Develop annual operating and capital budgets in consultation with the Club executive and Treasurer
● Maintain all payables and receivables
● Approve timesheets and distribute payroll cheques
● Maintain bank accounts, term deposits and daily reconciliation of bar and cafeteria
● Ensure effective and efficient use of budgeted funds, personnel, facilities and time

Member Services
● Receive and promptly respond to member inquiries
● Coordinate and compile material for correspondence to club members
● Maintain a club calendar and schedule and ensure current events are relayed to various groups
● Coordinate ice time for all curling sections and maintain a schedule of club events
● Maintain and update fees for banquet facilities, rental ice, bonspiels etc.

Employee Supervision
● Hire, train and arrange training for employees as needed
● Manage the employee benefits program
● Ensure end-of season performance reviews are conducted

Required Qualifications
● Well-developed business management and leadership experience in customer or member-focused organizations
● Previous responsibility or appreciation for marketing communications/public relations
● Proven track record of establishing effective operating procedures and processes, while maximizing the use of technology
● Experience with municipal and volunteer associations would be of value
● Ideally a curling enthusiast, but as a minimum must be familiar with the sport of curling
● Excellent people and communication skills
● Strong organizational and time management skills
● Able to work effectively in a team environment and the ability to work alone
● Proficient in using computers and related software
● Willing to work flexible hours

Other Information
● Application deadline is May 15, 2024
● Please send resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to [email protected]. Quote in subject line “General Manager Position’.
● We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview
● Short-listed candidates may be asked to provide current references and a valid police record check
● Salary will be based on experience, with the possibility of bonuses
● While this is a salaried position, hours are likely to be full time August-March and part time April-July.
● Target start date is negotiable, but must be no later than August 1, 2024

Male looking for U18 competitive team

Jack started Curling 2018 with Thistle Junior Program. Joined competitive curling with U15 Team Smith in 2023/24. With the team they attended a Doubles clinic with Team Gill/Hewit, Skills with Darren Moulding, Sweeping clinic with Team Plett.
Was in a recreational league at Granite, Ellerslie Jr Program, and EYCA. Continues to do Thistle Jr Program when he isn’t competing.
Attended Alberta Rocks Camp 2023,
Hazel Jamieson Skins, Competed in 2024 U15 Provincials Lacombe, Competed in 2024 Alberta Winter Games.
*Rockfest 2024 U15 Singles Gold winner
*Marc Kennedy 2024 U15 division winner with Team Smith

Will be attending 2024 Alberta Rocks Camp and 2024 Kevin Martin’s Green and Gold Curling Academy.

We are looking for Edmonton or surrounding areas, and are willing to travel.

Edmonton Wheelchair Curling Association Looking for New Wheelchair Curling Coach

The Edmonton Rocks Wheelchair Curling Association is in the position of requiring a Curling Coach to transition into their Curling Program Director and Coach.

The successful Candidate should have all, the qualifications below, along with some, or all, of the bonus qualifications. The Bonus Qualifications as noted below could be a determining factor however, they are not mandatory.


  • Must be, an Active Certified Competition Coach. Bonus, would be along with a past Curling Coach Facilitator.
  • Coached at a Minimum Provincial Event, including Provincial Winter Games, Para Games Level.
  • Ideally the successful individual will have been involved in Coaching or running a Curling Program at the Curling Club level in the development of new curlers, or for example at Alberta Rocks Camps.
  • Experience in developing Adult and Youth Curlers would be a Bonus.
  • Be able to work and develop Curling Strategy with Four Person, Mixed Doubles and Stick Curling or part of those different Curling Games. However it would be a Bonus to have all.
  • Having experience in delivery Analysis is required.
  • The successful Candidate should have experience in Stick Curling would be a definite Bonus.
  • Minimum Computer and Smart Technical devices is required.

Do you have an adaptive attitude? This would definitely be an advantage to achieving success.

Are you currently a Wheelchair Sports recognized Sport Coach currently? Consider Curling as a Sport to broaden your coaching experience!

Or maybe you are a Certified Coach who is still certified however has taken a break and now you want to get back to the challenge?

Please consider talking to us! We want to meet you.

Uncertain what this might mean? Come down to the Crestwood Curling Club and spend some time with us on a Saturday! Just see how helpful and what a rewarding experience this could be.

If interested, please contact:
Rick Jenkyns – [email protected]
Don Kuchelyma – [email protected]

Head Ice Technician – Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat Curling Centre Head Ice Technician

To manage all day-to-day ice operations of the Medicine Hat Curling Centre. To ensure ice is always well maintained and playable. Assisting General Manager with all other areas of day-to-day operations as needed.

Monday – Friday. (Additional hours may be required during events).
Approximately 40 hours per week, depending on the needs of various curling leagues.
Full-time, Contract (3 year), with option for renewal pending review after contract expiration.
Start date: Summer 2024.
Salary: To be negotiated.
6-month probationary period, followed by employee evaluation.

• Level 2 Ice Technician certification.
• Applicable Ice Technician experience will also be considered.

• Previous experience in curling ice maintenance services and minimum (3) years of experience in making curling ice.
• Experience in chilling and refrigeration associated with ice plants.

• Experience at managing and coaching staff to ensure execution of work assignments and growth of employees.
• Knowledge of health and safety regulations with the ability to spot and address safety risks.
• Knowledge and ability to complete ice making responsibilities such as scraping, pebbling, and nipping.
• Knowledge in temperature monitoring and control.
• League and bonspiel draw change procedures.
• Basic knowledge and ability to troubleshoot ice and ice equipment problems.
• Supervisory skills.
• Communication skills.

Manage the physical ice to ensure it is maintained in accordance with structural and aesthetic standards, including but not limited to:

1) Ensuring adherence to approved preventive maintenance program.
2) Dealing, on a proactive basis, to issues as they arise.
3) Coordinating a developmental and maintenance program which results in quality curling ice.
4) Ensuring rocks are maintained to standard.
5) Maintaining, daily, the physical appearance of the interior and exterior of the building.
6) Assuring that all support Ice staff have been properly trained and an understanding of their respective job description.

Day to day operations include but are not limited to:

• Clean, pebble, nip ice for each draw.
• Ice scraping.
• Clean hacks and hack areas.
• Torch ends to backlines to keep clean as required.
• Hone and maintain blades on both scraper and hand scrapers.
• Change out blade on scraper when required.
• Vacuum carpet, fill tissue holders and empty garbage on regular basis.
• Fix any scrapes, divots, or holes on ice surface.
• Hand scrape boards to keep frost down.
• Clean and maintain pebble heads.
• Change out mop heads when needed.
• Keep compressor rooms tidy and organized.
• Log plants – twice per shift.
• Assist with maintenance of interior and exterior of building.
• Janitorial assistance with all areas of the club as needed.
• Prompt snow and ice removal of all public access areas of the building when required.
• Answer telephone calls when other staff is unavailable.
• Maintain Ice staff time sheets in timely and accurate fashion.
• Assist with security measures in ensuring locker rooms, outside exit doors are always secured.
• Clean and maintain back walks of garbage, cups, or any other materials.
• Approachable by membership and/or curlers for assistance when required.



General Manager To assure planning, coordinating and policy implementation of all ice area operations. Daily
Board of Directors/General Manager Problem resolutions relating to ice area operations. As required or requested
Ice Tech
Staff Delegation of responsibilities, assignment of tasks and regular performance assessments. Daily
Ice Tech Staff (Discipline) Problem resolution As required

1) Accountable for development and maintenance of quality curling ice.
2) Accountable for adherence to approved budget for maintenance, supplies, and equipment in the ice area operations.
3) Accountable for general maintenance and janitorial duties relating to the facility.
4) Accountable for adherence to all Board policies and procedures.
5) Accountable for adherence to all Occupational, Health and Safety guidelines.

Supervision of ice tech staff, including delegation and monitoring.

• Help teach and educate ice staff to help execute development and growth of employees.
• Help with hiring and onboarding MHCC ice staff.
• Ability to work or schedule staff depending on the task at hand, including evenings and weekends, as required by the MHCC.

Please submit your resume to:
Dave Kowalchuk – Vice President: [email protected]
Position will remain vacant until a suitable candidate is found. Resume review and interview considerations will begin March 18th, 2024.

* Please note that professional and character references may be required upon request. *
* Please note that a police and intervention record check will be required upon request. *

Various Curling Club Items for Sale

Various items from the Avonair Curling Club for sale.
Electric Scoreboards x 8 – $250 each
Curling Rocks x 8 sets of 16 – $2000/set
Various Janitorial Supplies such as – Papertowl, Toilet paper, Hand soap, Dishwasher rinse aid, Window cleaner, Garbage bags.
Ladders Various sizes (aluminum and composite) – $50 each
Lounge and Lobby Tables and Chairs – Tables are $40 each( 38 available) , Chairs are $25 each ( 130 available)
Hot food serving table – $300
Commerical Dishwasher – $3000 ( 2 Available)
Commercial Deep Fryer – $500 (2 Available)
Water Cooled Ice Machine – $3500

Please call or email for pictures and inquiries


These rocks were used in a small Saskatchewan, Canada village and were purchased by that club in 1958. From what I can see they are the Red/Brown Trefor granite with a couple of them being a bit of an off colour:  https://canadacurlingstone.on.ca/granite-types/

From my examination they do not have any inserts. I weighed a number of them with five of the red rocks “clocking in” at the same 38.8 lbs. Most of the yellows that I weighed were within a consistent range of 38.2 lbs (X3) and at 39.9 lbs (X2). I took them to the local curling club to test them out. A provincial level curler and a curling instructor had a chance to throw three yellow and three red up and down one of their sheets. They indicated that the rocks were lively and playable.

These rocks are for sale here in Canada (they are currently stored on a farm located near Roblin, Manitoba) and could be easily shipped to my supplier in the States as well if needed. Shipping costs would be the responsibility of the purchaser and can easily be arranged through Gardewine Trucking in Dauphin, Manitoba: https://gardewine.com/about-us/

The rocks also safely fit in the back of a 3/4 ton properly equipped 4 X 4 truck for an “on the farm” pickup if so desired. I have a full set of photos relating to these rocks for people who may be interested in having a look at them.

I am open to reasonable offers on this complete set of 32 rocks.

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